Harrison Ford says George Lucas is working on new Indiana movie

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Marc Bernardin
Dec 14, 2012

According to the man who wears the hat, George Lucas isn't done with Indiana Jones and is busy hatching the fifth chapter in the archaelogist's adventures.

While promoting his TV news comedy, Morning Glory, Ford said that "George tells us that he's working on something, and both Steven [Spielberg] and I are waiting to see." He also added that he'd "be happy to do another one if we could all agree on it and it was something that I thought was going to work."

Check out the complete interview below. (The Indy talk begins at 2:10.)

But is it going to work? Ford is 68 years old, and his days of running and jumping and hanging under trucks are pretty much over. And passing the torch to a new generation didn't really work, as no one really has any fond memories of Shia LaBeouf's Mutt, do they?

Are you jonesed to see Ford back in the saddle, would you rather they find a new actor to play Indiana Jones—the same way they do for Batman or James Bond—or should they just let the whole thing fade away?

(via CNN)

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